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St Mary of the Assumption Ufford
England

St Mary of the Assumption Ufford

An ancient village street leads from the Old Highroad towards one of the best towers in Suffolk. 

Cottages and almshouses of different periods stand around the church in this part of a scattered villagel.

The grandeur of such a church is a reminder that in the late middle ages this was one of the richest parts of England selling wool across Europe 

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Copyright: Valentin Arfire
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Uploaded: 15/09/2013
Updated: 07/10/2014
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  • Keith Jones about 1 year ago
    View of the parish church of St Mary, Ufford, Suffolk from the west. Map is correct
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